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  • Dynasty 280DX When?

    Where is the new Dynasty 280DX and what is the price? I have the 200DX, I need more power. Do I just get the 350 or wait and see the price on the 280? It's March, where is it?
    Kevin

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    I thought they said April?

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    • #3
      Dynasty 280DX When?

      Ok thanks, one more month
      Kevin

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      • #4
        Originally posted by go2building View Post
        Where is the new Dynasty 280DX and what is the price? I have the 200DX, I need more power. Do I just get the 350 or wait and see the price on the 280? It's March, where is it?
        Kevin
        Kevin, I would get pricing on the 350 now. You will have all the features of the 200 plus some. Best thing about the 350 is the power increase and 9 setting memories.

        I sent you a PM.

        Terry

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        • #5
          Dynasty 280DX When?

          Thanks Terry
          I had an idea that's what they would do, I was hoping the 1 would stay the same and the new would be in the middle
          Thanks again kevin
          Last edited by go2building; 03-20-2012, 05:31 PM.

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          • #6
            Availability of the Dynasty 280 Dx

            I called Miller sales in Appleton, Wisconsin. I was told that the 280 dx would not be available until June or July of this year. This is the same response I got when calling cyberweld for availability. I was disappointed as I had hoped, as rumored, that an April release was pending. Guess I need to wait a bit longer

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Ronald Abler View Post
              I called Miller sales in Appleton, Wisconsin. I was told that the 280 dx would not be available until June or July of this year. This is the same response I got when calling cyberweld for availability. I was disappointed as I had hoped, as rumored, that an April release was pending. Guess I need to wait a bit longer
              Well if you do wait, you will be glad you did. This 280 is so cutting edge, it is scary.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Ronald Abler View Post
                I called Miller sales in Appleton, Wisconsin. I was told that the 280 dx would not be available until June or July of this year. This is the same response I got when calling cyberweld for availability. I was disappointed as I had hoped, as rumored, that an April release was pending. Guess I need to wait a bit longer
                Better to let Miller run the 280 through accelerated usage cycles than us!

                I sold my 200DX when I heard about the 280 thinking it might change the used market price. I bought a D350 because I needed more amperage and it is the finest welder I have ever used!

                It will be interesting to see how the 280 pans out. I wonder what the price will be?

                -Ian

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                • #9
                  For the purpose of discussion I would suspect that the price of the 280 dx for effective marketing would lie between the dynasty 200 dx and 350 dx. A non educated guess would put the base "retail" price of the unit without accessories in the $5000 range and the full package with wireless foot control in the $8000 range. I suspect that internet sellers would discount those prices by 10-20%. I will need to save more and figure a way to introduce this to my wife! I fear that she will want an automated sewing machine.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Ronald Abler View Post
                    For the purpose of discussion I would suspect that the price of the 280 dx for effective marketing would lie between the dynasty 200 dx and 350 dx. A non educated guess would put the base "retail" price of the unit without accessories in the $5000 range and the full package with wireless foot control in the $8000 range. I suspect that internet sellers would discount those prices by 10-20%. I will need to save more and figure a way to introduce this to my wife! I fear that she will want an automated sewing machine.
                    Soooo, if that is all it takes.............
                    Last edited by shovelon; 06-15-2012, 03:48 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Dynasty 280DX When?

                      I'm going with a 280 tig runner package at a full retail of $9500 and Internet sales at $7900. Hope I'm wrong!!!!!
                      Kevin

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by go2building View Post
                        I'm going with a 280 tig runner package at a full retail of $9500 and Internet sales at $7900. Hope I'm wrong!!!!!
                        Kevin
                        Are you starting a pool????

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by shovelon View Post
                          Originally posted by go2building View Post
                          I'm going with a 280 tig runner package at a full retail of $9500 and Internet sales at $7900. Hope I'm wrong!!!!!
                          Kevin
                          Are you starting a pool????

                          Should I? What's your price guna be?
                          Kevin

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                          • #14
                            $5800 - $6000 machine only.

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                            • #15
                              comparison?

                              "I sold my 200DX when I heard about the 280 thinking it might change the used market price. I bought a D350 because I needed more amperage and it is the finest welder I have ever used!"



                              Are you saying the D350 is noticeably a better welder than the 200? Or just as nice with more "head room"?
                              Last edited by johnpon; 05-29-2012, 04:28 PM.

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